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One day, the date I cannot remember, I was scanning my cable TV listings when I came upon an unfamiliar station. It was called Turner Classic Movies, and it played nothing but movies, movies and more movies. And, blessedly, they were commercial-free. Well, I thought I had died and gone to movie heaven. I’ve added

Those of us who listened to TCM’s “The Plot Thickens” podcast didn’t know it at the time, but we got to catch what turned out to be the last act of Peter Bogdanovich. The Hollywood director, producer and sometimes actor, who played the shrink Dr. Melfi turned to on The Sopranos (Dr. Elliot Kupferberg), died

You’ve got some ‘splainin’ to do if you’re not celebrating 70 years of I Love Lucy. Television’s most enduring comedy began on Oct. 15, 1951. With the help of showrunner Jess Openheimer, Lucille Ball, who bounced from RKO comedies to chorus girl roles in movies, turned a radio hit into a TV sensation. She did